This meticulously European designed 7 room prewar residence offers 3 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, large living room, formal dining room and a spacious library that sits on the top floor of the building. Steps away from Central Park and The Metropolitan Museum of Art, this home features high ceilings, oak wood floors and central air conditioning. The generous entry foyer leads to all entertaining rooms. The living room has French windows, a working fireplace and a wall of bookcases. The room faces north and has a Juliette balcony. The dining room has built-in cabinetry and the library has custom shelving and is currently being used as a home office and den. The apartment gets plenty of natural sunlight throughout the day. The windowed eat-in kitchen is custom designed with top appliances including a Bosch stove and dishwasher, Miele oven and Liebherr refrigerator and plenty of counter space and storage. The primary bedroom, faces south, has a fireplace, built-in custom closets and a renovated en-suite bath. The two additional bedrooms are separate from the primary and share a Jack and Jill bathroom. The third bathroom is off the foyer. There is a Miele washer/dryer in the unit. The Capitol is a boutique, neo-renaissance prewar landmark building with 24 units on a quiet treelined street in Carnegie Hill. It was built in 1912 and converted to a coop in 1995. There is a live-in Resident Manager and part-time doormen. There is additional laundry in the basement and storage is available. Pet friendly. The Co-op allows gifting, co-purchasing, Guarantors and a Pied-à-terre. Financing is permitted to 65%. The neighborhood is recognized for its fine shopping and dining as well as its rich cultural institutions and galleries.